Earlier this year, the Legislature appropriated New Mexico’s public school districts an extra $103 million with a caveat: the money must be spent on at-risk students. The decision came in the wake of a ruling that New Mexico was failing to meet its constitutional responsibility to children by providing a “uniform and sufficient” education for all—especially the most vulnerable.
How did they spend their money for at-risk students?
This report answers that question.
Publish date: November 2019 Number of pages: 19